Extend permission checks for documents in FI
Custom programmes should be protected with permissions, just like standard applications. What rules should you follow? Introductory projects usually produce a large number of customised programmes without being subjected to a permission check when they are executed. For your programmes, you should create custom permissions checks by default and manage them accordingly.
You can use the function block level permission check by setting the FUNC value in the RFC_TYPE field in the S_RFC authorization object. If you still want to allow function groups, specify the value FUGR here. Depending on the RFC_TYPE field, type the name of the function block or group in the RFC_NAME field (name of the RFC object to be protected). This extension of the test is provided by the correction in SAP Note 931251.
When your selection is complete, just exit the image with the green button. You will now arrive at the Details Selector screen, where you can select the selection fields and the output fields (the List Field Selector and Selection Fields tabs) of your table combination. We select the authorization objects and values as selection and the role name, and the user as output fields. Done! Now the query can be started with the Run button. In the background, the system creates a programme that builds the join. As a result, a selection screen appears. Enter"S_TCODE"as object and"SCC4"as field value (we only have one field for this object). When you click Run, all users and the triggers are output to you.
When scheduling a job, another user can be stored as the executing user. This means that the individual processing steps of the job are technically carried out by the stored user with his or her authorizations. This means that activities could be triggered that could not be executed with the user's own authorizations.
Assigning a role for a limited period of time is done in seconds with "Shortcut for SAP systems" and allows you to quickly continue your go-live.
Object Privileges: Object Privileges are SQL permissions that control access to and modification of database objects (as a whole).
The effort increases if the current role assignments are not transparent and optimally structured.